As you probably know, in the back of each Stampin' Up! catalog there's a special section of stamps that are just for hosts. Just because you don't host an actual event doesn't mean you can't still get those sets! Here are a couple of other ways to qualify for them:
- Place a single order of $150 or more all by yourself! With the new catalog sales period starting in just under 3 weeks, you know that's not hard to do! I'll bet you have $150 or more items on your wish list already!
- But, I know, $150 is A LOT to spend at one time. So, I'm always happy to start your own, personal "Host Code". What is that? It's a code I can assign that you can add to your online orders. Whenever you place an order, attach the code. Once the total of the orders reaches $150 (or whatever level you'd like), I can close out your code and you can cash in on the freebies!
- Similar to your personal host code, I can create a host code for you and your friends, too! Share the code and share the benefits!
- Host a Facebook party - invite your friends to gather together on Facebook and I'll share videos, tips, techniques, doorprizes, and other fun. Your friends can order just like they would at an in-person party, but they can do it online and you reap the benefits!
Want to know more about any of the ways listed above? Want a host code? Want to host a virtual party? Just shoot me an email - email@example.com
I'm sharing more swaps today! These were all created with the Pun Intended host set and showcase some of the different images and sentiments that are included. The first card I shared (with the camera) was created by Terri Meehan. She used a couple of the new in colors: Peach Parfait and Dapper Denim. She paired those with Watermelon Wonder. I'm loving that color combo! Both she and another demonstrator both used the camera to make a patterned background. Some things that may not be very visible in the photo...she embossed the background (after stamping) with the Stars embossing folder - appropriate since the sentiment says "you are awesome". She also stamped a subtle grid image before punching the heart. It's little details like that that add so much depth and dimension to a card!
The second card was created by Amy Storrie. I also love her color combo - Flirty Flamingo, Crushed Curry (I'm just guessing here on the yellow), and Basic Black. It's super sharp. She added just some subtle shine using the Affectionately Yours Washi Tape which contains some copper shine. She cut out one of the bulbs and popped it up after sponging some Crushed Curry highlight and adding some Crushed Curry Baker's Twine.
The third card is just stinkin' adorable and created by Genevieve Ko. I love her color pairing - Smoky Slate and Mint Macaron. They'd make a great gender neutral baby card! She embossed just the Mint layer. And I love how she's shown us that it's okay not to color the bee - or even stamp it in black and yellow! It looks adorable stamped in Smoky Slate. It would be so easy to stamp a huge stack of these to have them on hand for your upcoming birthdays.